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Posted on August 24, 2019 Blue marlin break open as The MidAtlantic ends There was high drama on the last day of The MidAtlantic at Cape May and Ocean City, Md. All of the following is unofficial. I’ll pass along the official results tomorrow or when available. Uno Mas couldn’t hold on in white marlin with their 71-pounder — as both Intents and Moore Bills added one more pound to tie at 72. More dramatic was the blue marlin division where there hadn’t been a single 400-pound qualifier. Pipe Dreamer ended that with a 473-pounder — and held on as Taylor Jean weighed a 452. The Trash Man knocked both back with a 549-pound blue. Yet, it still wasn’t over as Haulin N Ballin weighed in just after 7 p.m. with a 630-pounder. That is the same boat that won the White Marlin Open blue marlin division with the only qualifier at 465.5 pounds. All the other leaders held on, though there were some changes in the leaderboards that I’ll catch up on tomorrow.

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